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  QS1 - QS-Initialisierung

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    From Product to Methods Tool Req. Ext. Norms
    Activity State Chapter Title Activity State
    PM1 accepted All Project Manual - -     /ISO IEC 12207/

    Supply Proc.:

    PM1 being proc. Existing Project Plan - -    
    - - All QA Plan QA2
    - - 2 Assessment Plan.
    Objects to be Assessed
    and Qualification Requirements
    QA2 being proc.    
    - - 3 Assessment Plan.
    Tasks and Responsibilities
    - - 4 Assessment Plan.
    Time Schedule
    BAR (1)
    NPT (1)

    + "Chapter" are extra columns from the original printed version of GD 250


    Figure 5.4

    Figure 5.4: QA1 - QA Initialization

    QA Initialization is the first QA-related, independent activity of a project (cf. cooperation in Project Manual generation). It is to specify the organizational and procedural framework of the activity within the scope of QA. All specifications-valid for the whole project-with regard to prevention (means for reaching desired quality, prevention of quality risks) and the proof activities (actual achievement of quality requirements) are laid down in the QA Plan, while the individual specifications of the objects to be assessed, tasks and responsibilities as well as the chronological schedule of the assessments are set out during the assessment planning.


    Role Participation
    Project Leader cooperating (QA1.1, QA1.2)
    Q Manager advising (QA1.1, QA1.2)
    QA Manager responsible (QA1.1, QA1.2)


    QA1.1 - Generation the QA Plan,
    QA1.2 - Generation the Assessment Plan

    Tools Requirements

    Being defined

    External Norms

    Norm Process Chapter Obs.
    /ISO IEC 12207/ Supply Process Planning (s. Part 3 - ISO 3.2.1)

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    Mail 0503 - KM- und QS-Initialisierung (503)


    (1) Method BAR is to be applied if no complex arrangement relations and logical interdependences exist during the detailed planning; otherwise method NPT has to be applied.

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